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“Help those brothers and sisters who have been incarcerated and let them know that they are important to us,” Rev. Teresa Smallwood said, “because unlike what it looks like now, we are all in this together, so the day we say that we are family, we have nothing to lose but our chains.”
“I heard the snap of the tree, which was quite a loud sound. I saw it tumbling,” said visiting journalism professor Jim Dwyer. “At first I thought it didn’t get anybody.”
The fifth referendum on the Honor Code this year proposes allowing members of the Honor Committee to petition to replace the clerk or chair. It comes after three of four referenda on the Honor Code were stayed by the administration in December.
In its weekly meeting on April 15, the Undergraduate Student Government discussed the the inclusion of questions surrounding criminal history on the undergraduate application, increasing student access to USG, and policies to decrease the negative stigma surrounding gap years and mental health.
Over a thousand people packed into Jadwin Hall on Thursday, April 12, filling five auditoriums, to attend the 43rd Donald R. Hamilton Lecture delivered by Kip Thorne, Professor Emeritus at the California Institute of Technology.
“In early stage investing, in my perspective, it’s 95 percent the founder, 5 percent the product,” said Trip Jones, a general partner with August Capital and a judge at this year's TigerLaunch competition. “If you have the right founder, I don’t even care what the product is; you can fund the company before the company exists.”
Palestinian ambassador to the U.S. Husam Zomlot was born as a refugee in a tent in the Gaza Strip. Today, Zomlot spoke at the Wilson School about a multilateral solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
After 17 Palestinians were killed and over a thousand injured by Israeli military gunfire and tear gas on the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel two weeks ago, Zomlot offered a hopeful tone in his proposal for a peaceful solution
After about a month of hearing hammering and seeing trucks line up outside Holder Hall entryway four, residents will be able to move back into their rooms.
Beginning on the night of April 11 until the following night, University community members came together to observe Yom Hashoah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day, through a student-led program supported by the Center for Jewish Life.
New Jersey Senator Cory Booker has been selected as the keynote speaker for the University’s Class Day ceremony on Monday, June 4, according to the Office of Communications. The ceremony is organized by members of the graduating class.
After a draft of proposed changes to meal plans circulated on Tuesday night, students have expressed frustration and outrage regarding the potential plans, which would require underclassmen to purchase an unlimited plan and all upperclass students who are not part of an eating club to purchase a “Community Plan.”
“Funding critical repairs and improving resiliency in our wastewater treatment and drinking water distribution systems remains a critical priority,” Lopez said in an EPA statement. “New Jersey knows all too well the costs of storm damaged water and wastewater systems.”
Four University faculty members were awarded the 2018 Guggenheim Fellowship, which celebrates prior achievement and exceptional promise in “productive scholarship or creative ability in the arts.” The winners were Brooke Holmes, Ekaterina Pravilova, Monica Youn, and Martin Kern.
On the morning of April 11, President Donald Trump tweeted on U.S.-Russia relations, saying: “Our relationship with Russia is worse now than it has ever been, and that includes the Cold War.” A few hours later in Robertson Hall, former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul responded to the President’s sentiments.
Minter told the 'Prince' that the University’s agreement in 2014 moved to a “preponderance of evidence” standard, transitioned from holding a hearing with the Committee of Discipline to an investigation with several trained investigators, and allowed the investigators to adjudicate the case but not administer the punishment.
Xiaodi Alice Tang ’18 and David Lind ’18 have been selected as this year’s recipients of the Martin A. Dale ’53 Fellowships. The fellowship provides a $35,000 grant for a year after graduation to explore a creative project of interest.
Last week, Mercer County authorities seized $200,000 in heroin in a joint narcotics investigation, according to a press release by the Office of the Mercer County Prosecutor.
Don’t be surprised when you see students swiping away at their phones this week. They are swiping right — a “yes” signal — on the dating app Tinder in order to win a concert featuring stripper-turned-rapper Cardi B. But, according to the contest rules, only 200 students from the winning school can attend a performance given by the artist.
On Monday, April 9, geosciences professor Gabriel Vecchi gave a talk concerning the potential future trends of hurricane activity in the Atlantic Ocean.
On Friday, the Princeton Pride Alliance hung up 50 posters around campus to advertise an ice cream social for prospective Class of 2022 students visiting for Preview. Over the course of the weekend, however, the majority of the posters were torn or went missing.